COVID19 cleaning suggestions
Office Equipment Cleaning Guide
As the unprecedented threat of the Coronavirus continues to emerge throughout the world, Flex Technology Group (FTG) and Ultrex have taken steps to provide customers with the information you need to properly clean the surfaces of your office equipment and help control the spread of illness.
FTG has developed recommendations to help businesses properly clean and disinfect the surfaces of shared devices, including MFPs, printers, monitors and laptops.
To properly clean surfaces, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends cleaning, followed by disinfecting as a best practice for the prevention of Coronavirus and other viral respiratory illnesses in households and community settings.
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Manufacturer Cleaning Guidelines
The safety and well-being of everyone who interacts with FTG is always our priority. We are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and are taking steps to help keep our communities safe. Below are links to the major manufacturers we support, and their cleaning recommendations for COVID19.
To properly clean surfaces, the Centers for Disease Control (the “CDC”) recommends cleaning devices, followed by disinfecting as a best practice for the prevention of Coronavirus and other viral respiratory illnesses. Flex Technology Group (FlexPrint LLC), Ultrex Business Products, the OEMs, and the CDC make no claim that cleaning and disinfecting will completely eliminate all bacteria and viruses. Customer may experience some visible changes to cosmetic finishes over time as a result of cleaning and disinfecting. Flex Technology Group (FlexPrint LLC) and Ultrex are not liable for your improper handling, cleaning, or use of the device. Customer should enact a device cleaning policy to clean the devices throughout the day. Customer should encourage device users to practice good personal hygiene, including frequent hand washing or using alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Other best practices include using a stylus for the touch screen.